Comments from SDCEA on offshore oil and gas exploration drilling within block ER2369 of the east coast of KZN
Sasol and Eni are set to explore the coast of KZN with offshore oil and gas drilling. KZN is renowned for its famous and beautiful beaches. However, healthy oceans are critically important to marine life and to coastal communities whose economies rely on tourism, fishing and recreational activities. Opening up new offshore areas to drilling, [...]
The right to a safe and protected environment and the commitment to a sustainable future are enshrined in the South African Constitution. While many communities in South Africa are increasingly feeling the effects of climate change, civil society engagement in environmental governance remains limited. Many South Africans believe that Parliament is the institution where important [...]
Public Objection Meeting to Oil and Gas exploration activities along the Kwa Zulu Natal Coastline. The Environmental Resource Management (ERM) of Southern Africa and ENI Italian Oil Corporation intend to explore and drill for oil along the coast of Richards Bay, Durban and Port Shepstone. They are under pressure from the South Durban Community Environmental [...]
We urge all community members to continue logging pollution complaints through the pollution line: Daytime 031- 311 3555/5150 Nighttime 031- 361 0000 Please ask for a reference number for it is very crucial to do so and send it to us (SDCEA), you can call on 031 4611 991 and ask for Bongani or email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you.
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Training Workshop to be held at the Austerville Community Hall on the 13th and 14th February 2018 at 09:00 am – 14:00 pm. Gallery
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Training Workshop to be held at the Austerville Community Hall on the 13th and 14th February 2018 at 09:00 am – 14:00 pm.
The former Clairwood Park, a green lung, a buffer against pollution and industrial development, a place for people to seek safety in the event of a major industrial accident is no more. The land will be developed into a logistics and industrial park serviced by heavy duty trucks up to 2500/hr.! This development is unsafe [...]